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roseplantingThere are a few basic points to note when transplanting a rose into your garden.

  • Plant the rose so that the point at which the stems branch out is at soil level. Generally, this will be deeper than it is in the pot.
  • Leave a slight dip down to the rose. This helps to keep the soil moist on hot summer days. You can also use the dip to put dead tree leaves or straw in when winter draws near, this will give the roots a little extra protection throughout the freeze.
  • Use Root Booster, or something similar, to help the rose establish it's roots quickly.
  • If your soil is not good quality black dirt, then improve your soil before transplanting.
DickClark

Dick Clark2011 AARS Winner

(cv. WEKfunk) PPAF Grandiflora

No two flowers are exactly alike on this changeable chameleon of a rose. Black-red buds spiral open to show off swirls of cream edged & washed with vibrant cherry pink. But that’s not the end of the exhibit on these classically-formed fragrant flowers. When the sun strikes the petals, they begin to blush burgundy, finishing as a deep dark red..

  • Height / Habit: Medium-tall/Broadly rounded & bushy
  • Bloom / Size: Medium-large, double
  • Petal count: 25 to 30
  • Fragrance: Moderate cinnamon spice
2007 Moondance™

2007 Moondance™

Floribunda cv. JACtanic PPAF

‘It’s a marvelous night for a Moondance’...this extraordinary floribunda carries large clusters of beautifully formed blooms that open to a sparkling white, held above glossy green foliage.

  • Height: 1 m ( 3’)
  • Petals: 25
  • Fragrance: Light Raspberry
  • Foliage: Glossy green
Love and peace

2002 Love and Peace

var. Ping / Twomey PPAF Hybrid Tea Rose

This classic tea rose treasured for its long stems, bears 13cm (5") flowers. The sweet fruity scent will add flavour to any garden. Very disease resistant

  • Height 1.5-1.75m (4-5')
  • Petals: 40
  • Fragrance: strong and fruity
  • Foliage: dark glossy green

 


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